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* Could simple anger have taught people to
New research challenges one of the leading theories
as a solution for an evolutionary puzzle.
* Super black hole a "headache" for astronomers:
A new discovery smashes records and may shed light
on never-probed stages of cosmic history, scientists
say. It also deepens a conundrum.
* Afghan wildlife shows "incredible resilience"
A survey revealed that a wide variety of mammals
including black bears, gray wolves and leopard cats
survive in parts of Afghanistan.
* Lost critter reappears, poses for photos after
After eluding repeated searches, an odd-looking,
puffy red rodent has reportedly showed up at
conservationists' front door -- literally.
* Military conflicts have been increasing since
1870, study finds:
* Metal traces help scientists "color in" fossilized
* Big dinos were about as warm as people,
* Overfishing has profoundly changed the fish
already, study finds:
* Evidence for ocean in Saturn moon now
compelling, scientists say:
* New step toward "spin" computing could save
* Scientists: black hole kills star, blasts beam
* Scientists find bizarre mushroom, name it after
* Chemical mix may help regrow limbs in mammals:
* 3D film captures line between consciousness
* Different cultures' music matches their speech
styles, study finds:
* Monkeys stop on red, too:
* "Dark matter" may dress for the changing
* Violent video games move over? Relaxing
ones may boost mood, kindness
* Bird's mating dance leaves scientists goggle-
* Mammoths weren't picky, happy to interbreed,
* Attention cheaters: bacterial police are coming:
* Electrons boast near-perfect roundness,
* Black holes spinning faster and faster,
* Study: whites believe they are now the victims:
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